Thursday, January 21, 2021

Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10

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As we know diarrhea is a disease which relate to frequently watery stool due to bowel infection.

Virus is the main cause of bowel infection, well known as “viral gastroenteritis.”

However, infection may also be caused by bacteria in some cases.

Many Over the Counter (OTC) diarrhea drugs are available in the market, three most common use are:

- Loperamide (Imodium)

- Kaopectate

- Pepto-Bismol

Both Kaopectate and Pepto- Bismol contain the same ingredient called as bismuth subsalicylate.

What interesting question is that Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells?


A hummingbird is flying (see the circle), just for illustration

The answer is yes, there are plenty of articles or reports about possible diarrhea drugs to kill cells of cancer.

Two of articles are following:

- A drug for diarrhea can kill aggressive cancer cells (by Mike Wehnes, December 24th, 2020)

- This anti-diarrhea drug can kill cancer (by Knowridge, December 23, 2020)

A new research finding by Goethe University researchers indicated Loperamide could reduce cell of aggressive cancer, namely Glioblastoma cancer.

The Glioblastoma is a deadly brain cancer which “grow and spread” fast. Its infect to mainly adult people, but might also to any ages.

Sure, this is just preliminary result, but very promising. Hope, this finding leads to treatment of Glioblastoma in near future.

30 comments:

  1. Wow, I have never hear of this drug before. Great.

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  2. Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10

    good news

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      Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10
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      A painted bottle with flowers, just for illustration.

      As we know diarrhea is a disease which relate to frequently watery stool due to bowel infection.

      Virus is the main cause of bowel infection, well known as “viral gastroenteritis.”

      However, infection may also be caused by bacteria in some cases.

      Many Over the Counter (OTC) diarrhea drugs are available in the market, three most common use are:
      - Loperamide (Imodium)
      - Kaopectate
      - Pepto-Bismol

      Both Kaopectate and Pepto- Bismol contain the same ingredient called as bismuth subsalicylate.

      What interesting question is that Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells?

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  3. I hadn’t heard about that cancer drug. Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Cancer should be eradicated!!! Hopefully this discovery can help with the cancer you mentioned in your post!!

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      Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10
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      A hummingbird is flying (see the circle), just for illustration

      The answer is yes, there are plenty of articles or reports about possible diarrhea drugs to kill cells of cancer.

      Two of articles are following:
      - A drug for diarrhea can kill aggressive cancer cells (by Mike Wehnes, December 24th, 2020)
      - This anti-diarrhea drug can kill cancer (by Knowridge, December 23, 2020)

      A new research finding by Goethe University researchers indicated Loperamide could reduce cell of aggressive cancer, namely Glioblastoma cancer.

      The Glioblastoma is a deadly brain cancer which “grow and spread” fast. Its infect to mainly adult people, but might also to any ages.

      Sure, this is just preliminary result, but very promising. Hope, this finding leads to treatment of Glioblastoma in near future.

      Delete
  5. Very important informations šŸ˜Š thanks for your sharing...

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  6. I used to one of diarrhea drugs.
    Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10

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      Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10
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      A painted bottle with flowers, just for illustration.

      As we know diarrhea is a disease which relate to frequently watery stool due to bowel infection.

      Virus is the main cause of bowel infection, well known as “viral gastroenteritis.”

      However, infection may also be caused by bacteria in some cases.

      Many Over the Counter (OTC) diarrhea drugs are available in the market, three most common use are:
      - Loperamide (Imodium)
      - Kaopectate
      - Pepto-Bismol

      Both Kaopectate and Pepto- Bismol contain the same ingredient called as bismuth subsalicylate.

      What interesting question is that Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells?

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  7. Speriamo che questo farmaco funzioni!Buona serata.

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      Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10
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      A hummingbird is flying (see the circle), just for illustration

      The answer is yes, there are plenty of articles or reports about possible diarrhea drugs to kill cells of cancer.

      Two of articles are following:
      - A drug for diarrhea can kill aggressive cancer cells (by Mike Wehnes, December 24th, 2020)
      - This anti-diarrhea drug can kill cancer (by Knowridge, December 23, 2020)

      A new research finding by Goethe University researchers indicated Loperamide could reduce cell of aggressive cancer, namely Glioblastoma cancer.

      The Glioblastoma is a deadly brain cancer which “grow and spread” fast. Its infect to mainly adult people, but might also to any ages.

      Sure, this is just preliminary result, but very promising. Hope, this finding leads to treatment of Glioblastoma in near future.

      Delete
  9. Tanza, Interesting information... Cancer impacts so many people! Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  10. Come sempre articolo interessantissimo .. grazie

    https://nettaredimiele.blogspot.com

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  11. Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10

    I never know about this info.

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      Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10
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      A painted bottle with flowers, just for illustration.

      As we know diarrhea is a disease which relate to frequently watery stool due to bowel infection.

      Virus is the main cause of bowel infection, well known as “viral gastroenteritis.”

      However, infection may also be caused by bacteria in some cases.

      Many Over the Counter (OTC) diarrhea drugs are available in the market, three most common use are:
      - Loperamide (Imodium)
      - Kaopectate
      - Pepto-Bismol

      Both Kaopectate and Pepto- Bismol contain the same ingredient called as bismuth subsalicylate.

      What interesting question is that Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells?

      Delete
  12. Uma informaĆ§Ć£o muito interessante que merece aprofundamento na literatura cientĆ­fica
    Grata pela partilha e pela visita ao meu blog
    Um abraƧo

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      Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10
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      A hummingbird is flying (see the circle), just for illustration

      The answer is yes, there are plenty of articles or reports about possible diarrhea drugs to kill cells of cancer.

      Two of articles are following:
      - A drug for diarrhea can kill aggressive cancer cells (by Mike Wehnes, December 24th, 2020)
      - This anti-diarrhea drug can kill cancer (by Knowridge, December 23, 2020)

      A new research finding by Goethe University researchers indicated Loperamide could reduce cell of aggressive cancer, namely Glioblastoma cancer.

      The Glioblastoma is a deadly brain cancer which “grow and spread” fast. Its infect to mainly adult people, but might also to any ages.

      Sure, this is just preliminary result, but very promising. Hope, this finding leads to treatment of Glioblastoma in near future.

      Delete
  13. SEmpre molto interessante, grazie!

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  14. It is comforting to know that people are always trying to find cures for cancer ❤️

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      Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10
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      A painted bottle with flowers, just for illustration.

      As we know diarrhea is a disease which relate to frequently watery stool due to bowel infection.

      Virus is the main cause of bowel infection, well known as “viral gastroenteritis.”

      However, infection may also be caused by bacteria in some cases.

      Many Over the Counter (OTC) diarrhea drugs are available in the market, three most common use are:
      - Loperamide (Imodium)
      - Kaopectate
      - Pepto-Bismol

      Both Kaopectate and Pepto- Bismol contain the same ingredient called as bismuth subsalicylate.

      What interesting question is that Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells?

      Delete
  16. Very interesting informations.

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  17. If that's true, that's very good news.

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      Can a Diarrhea Drug Called Loperamide Terminate Cancer Cells? - Cancer 10
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      A hummingbird is flying (see the circle), just for illustration

      The answer is yes, there are plenty of articles or reports about possible diarrhea drugs to kill cells of cancer.

      Two of articles are following:
      - A drug for diarrhea can kill aggressive cancer cells (by Mike Wehnes, December 24th, 2020)
      - This anti-diarrhea drug can kill cancer (by Knowridge, December 23, 2020)

      A new research finding by Goethe University researchers indicated Loperamide could reduce cell of aggressive cancer, namely Glioblastoma cancer.

      The Glioblastoma is a deadly brain cancer which “grow and spread” fast. Its infect to mainly adult people, but might also to any ages.

      Sure, this is just preliminary result, but very promising. Hope, this finding leads to treatment of Glioblastoma in near future.

      Delete
  18. Promising indeed. Let's hope we'll have good news, soon.

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